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A stunning, historic vintage live show unearthed from the archives of the very first public performance by classic rock heores Cactus, appearing on a bill with The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Grateful Dead and Steve Miller Band! This is where it all began for the quartet dubbed "The American Led Zeppelin" - vocalist Rusty Day, guitarist Jim McCarty, bassist Tim Bogert, and drummer Carmine Appice! Listen as the band rips through some of the key tracks from their landmark debut album including "Parchman Farm," "Feel So Good" and "No Need To Worry" plus some smokin' hot blues numbers!
A stunning, historic vintage live show unearthed from the archives of the very first public performance by classic rock heores Cactus, appearing on a bill with The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Grateful Dead and Steve Miller Band! This is where it all began for the quartet dubbed "The American Led Zeppelin" - vocalist Rusty Day, guitarist Jim McCarty, bassist Tim Bogert, and drummer Carmine Appice! Listen as the band rips through some of the key tracks from their landmark debut album including "Parchman Farm," "Feel So Good" and "No Need To Worry" plus some smokin' hot blues numbers!
889466315619
The Birth Of Cactus - 1970 - Purple Haze
Artist: Cactus
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $26.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. One Way... Or Another
2. Sweet Sixteen
3. No Need to Worry
4. Medley: Let Me Swim / Big Mama Boogie / Oleo
5. Feel So Good
6. Parchman Farm

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A stunning, historic vintage live show unearthed from the archives of the very first public performance by classic rock heores Cactus, appearing on a bill with The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Grateful Dead and Steve Miller Band! This is where it all began for the quartet dubbed "The American Led Zeppelin" - vocalist Rusty Day, guitarist Jim McCarty, bassist Tim Bogert, and drummer Carmine Appice! Listen as the band rips through some of the key tracks from their landmark debut album including "Parchman Farm," "Feel So Good" and "No Need To Worry" plus some smokin' hot blues numbers!
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